1) The fatigue has been most debilitating for me. I was keeping up fine with my teaching duties, but meeting and research -- they suffered. So, I gave up teaching and eventually got SSDI. Are we so fatigued because our sleep isn't good? The sleep study proves I don't sleep well, I guess -- not sure if that's one symptom or two! 2) If I pace myself well, I can still be coherent and alive at 10 pm (my time!!). Any exertion that is terribly physical (clearing the 8" of snow off my car) takes a toll. I can do it for 5-8 min and then I have to take a rest. 3) I found myself searching for words (getting close, but not quite the right word), which has been really frustrating for me. I think they know now the pre-frontal cortex functions are impaired, so a decision that has to be made fast (e.g. am I getting on the freeway or staying on State Rd. depends on where I'm going and sometimes I have to think about that because I'm not sure!!). I guess we call it "brain fog". So, I would say these 3 symptoms/complaints have been most troublesome to me!